COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Revenue from Ohio's casinos is continuing to level off after six months.
Numbers released by the Ohio Casino Control Commission on Friday show that money from the casinos in Cleveland and Toledo are down again.
The Horseshoe Casino in Cleveland saw its take fall slightly in November to $20.4 million while the Hollywood Casino in Toledo was down 8 percent last month to $13.6 million.
The numbers at both sites have dropped every month since their openings last spring.
The Hollywood Casino in Columbus brought in $20 million in its first full month of operation in November.
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